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Old August 25, 2011, 04:34 AM
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Well your first problem is how massive your computer is due to everything else on the network, its eating up all the 1s and 0s.

On a serious note you can easily set up a second router to repeat/broadcast your network to reach different areas of the house the original router can't reach. When I was living in fredericton we actually had 3 routers doing exactly this (older house, expanded twice so there were some solid walls wifi had trouble getting through). The two routers that were repeating the signals were set up to do exactly just this, 1 had DHCP disable, while the other just created a second sub-network which everyone on there could still access/communicate to it.
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